Our community is diverse, capable, and heartfelt. Our members and friends include dedicated senior teachers who have walked the Shambhala Buddhist path for many years, and enthusiastic newcomers who are just discovering our teachings on realizing basic goodness and building enlightened society.

Community Events

Group Volunteering Opportunity – Making Meals for the Interfaith Homeless Shelter

April 7th—May 6th

Many have expressed that they would like to volunteer, but would like to do so as a group, in the company of other Shambhalians. Here is your opportunity! If everyone pitches in once-in-a-while, the time & expense will not weigh too heavily on a few. T Continue »

One Year To Live

May 4th

The Shambhala Center's One Year To Live group has invited the scholar and meditation practitioner Patricia Hunt-Perry to join them for their monthly meeting. And they're inviting you to join them for the first half of their program to hear a review and co Continue »

Timekeeper/Umdze Training and Refresher

with Shastri Ellen Rook

May 16th

Volunteer training for timekeeping. Continue »

Mindful Kayaking Retreat

with Roger Guest

June 16th—June 18th

Human beings share a cellular kinship with water. Watery noise is particularly soothing, perhaps because it calls forth unconscious memories of aqueous origins. In any case, when we listen to a waterfall or to waves stirring a gravel beach, an intangible Continue »